Essential Linux Administration:: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners

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Cengage Learning, 2011 - COMPUTERS - 464 pages
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ESSENTIAL LINUX ADMINISTRATION: A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE FOR BEGINNERS enables the reader to understand and utilize Linux-based networking and server administration better than ever before. Whereas most Linux system guides are either too technical or overly
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction to Linux
1
Chapter 2 Installing Linux
27
Chapter 3 The Linux Filesystem
55
Chapter 4 Controlling Processes
77
Chapter 5 User and Group Management
93
Chapter 6 System Services
115
Chapter 7 Hardware Issues
133
Chapter 8 Remote Access
149
Chapter 15 DNS
275
Chapter 16 Email Servers
295
Chapter 17 Web Servers and FTP
317
Chapter 18 Database Servers
343
Chapter 19 Performance and Optimization
367
Chapter 20 Configuration Management
385
Chapter 21 Logging and Monitoring
403
Chapter 22 Load Balancing
413

Chapter 9 TCPIP
163
Chapter 10 Network Configuration
181
Chapter 11 Network Security
197
Chapter 12 Network File System
215
Chapter 13 Shell Scripting
227
Chapter 14 Interoperability with Windows
257
Chapter 23 Virtualization
421
Linux Shell Commands
431
Linux Distributions
435
Index
437
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Chuck Easttom (Plano, TX), CISSP, CEH, CHFI, is President and Chief Consultant for CEC-Security, which specializes in IT training and litigation consulting. Chuck has more than 18 years in the IT industry with 10 years of teaching and professional training experience and 10 years in litigation support/expert witness work. Chuck hold seven provisional computer science patents and has authored 15 books, including System Forensics, Investigation And Response, Second Edition, Computer Security Fundamentals, and Computer Crime, Investigation, and the Law.

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